[arch-projects] [netctl] KillMode in netctl{,@}.service

Leonid Isaev lisaev at umail.iu.edu
Thu Aug 14 23:14:45 EDT 2014


	I am wondering what's the purpose of KillMode=none in netctl.service
and netctl at .service. Is it an artifact of some sort?
	I think it's better to not include a KillMode line (so the default
KillMode=control-group is used) because then systemd would clean processes left
by "network stop" (should there be any)...

Leonid Isaev
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